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Particular Baptist ffund.
Formed 1717. OBJECTS:-"For the relief of ministers and churches of the Particular Baptist Denomination in England and Wales; the education of young persons of the same persuasion for the ministry; donations of books to young students and ministers; and for any other charitable purpose (consistent with the general design) which the managers shall approve.” INCOME, year ending March 1, 1832
£2,533 6 6 EXPENDITURE
..,553 10 6 Treasurers, WILLIAM LEPARD SMITH, Esq., Deninark Hill.
WILLIAM BRODIE Gurney, Esq., Denmark Hill.
WILLIAM BEDDOME, Esq., London.
Society for Aged or Infirm Baptist ftlinisters,
Formed 1316. Object :-" The relief of those Baptist Ministers who have become Beneficiary Members in conformity with the Rules, when they appear to be permanently incapacitated for pastoral or ministerial duties by reason of age or infirmity.” INCOME, year ending June, 1852
£532 10 3 EXPENDITURE
501 18 0 Capital, £4600 new 3 per cent. Stock, £1000 34 per cent. Consols, £4,600 3 per
cent Reduced, Claimants receiving aid
30 Number of Beneticiury Meinbers Treasurer, John LEDYARD PHILLIPS, Esq., Melksham, Wilts.
Secretary, Rev. CHARLES DANIELL, Melksham.
Kelsall, Henry, Esq., Rochdale.
Phillips, J. L., Esq, Meiksham.
Anstie, Mr. G. W., Devizes.
Russell, Rev. J., Blackheath.
Commenced 1809. PROFITS :-“The Profits arising from the sale of this work are given to the Widows of Baptist Ministers, at the recommendation of the contributors.” Grants for the year ending January, 1851
£72 Grants to Widows from the commencement to Midsummer last
5 853 Editor, Rev. WILLIAM GROSER, 11, Smith Street, Chelsea.
Treasurer, Josepu Tritton, Esq., 54, Lombard Street.
Slection of Hymns,
First published in 1828. PROFITS :-“ The entire Profits to be given to the Widows and Orphans of Baptist Ministers and Missionaries." Grants for the year ending June 25, 1851
£245 Grants from the commencement
3,216 Treasurer and Secretary, Rev. Dr. Murch, 57, Torrington Square, London. Publisher, Mr. Baddon, Castle Street, Finsbury.
Morgan, Rev. Thomas.
Murch, Rev W. H., D.D.
Price, Thomas, D.D., LL.D.
Saunder:, Alexander, Esq., deceased.
Smith, Edward, Esq.
Smith, W. L, Esq.
Steadman, Rev. W., D.D., deceased.
Steane, Rev. E., D.D.
Summers, Rev. S., deceased.
Baptist Tract Society,
Formed 1841. OBJECT :-" To disseminate the truths of the gospel hy means of small treatises or tracts, in accordance with " the subscribers' “' views, as Calvinists and Strict Communion Baptists." INCOME, ycar ending December 31, 1851
£141 10 2 EXPENDITURE
102 5 8 Balance in hand .
5 5 9 Editor, Rev. W. Norton, Egham IIill.
Treasurer, Mr. JAMES OLIVER, 3, Newington Causeway. Secretaries, Rev. R. W. OVERBURY, 6, Henrietta Street, Brunswick Square ; Rev. C. WOOLLACOTT, 4, Compton Street East, Brunswick Square.
Merrett, Mr. T.
Peacock, Rev. J.
Pillow, Mr. T.
Price, Mr. T.
W horlow, Mr.
Wilkin, Mr. S.
Wyard, Rev. G.
Depository, Messrs. Houlston and STONEMAN'S, 65, Paternoster Row.
The Vanserd Knollys Society,
Treasurer, CHARLES Jones, Esq.
Secretary, Rev. G. W. FISHBOURNE, 33, Moorgate Street.
Council. Acworth, Rev. J., LL.D.
Low, James, Esq. Angus, Rev. Joseph, D.D.
Lowe, George, Esq., F.R.S. Birrell, Rev. C. M.
Murch, Rev. W. H., D.D. Birt, Rev. Caleb Evans, MA.
Mursell, Rev. J. P. Black, Rev. William Henry.
Newman, Rev. Thomas Fox. Brock, Rev. William.
offor, G , Esq. Burditt, Rey. Thomas.
Overbury, Rev. R. W. Burns, Rey. Jabez, D.D.
Owen, Rev. J. J. Cox, Rev. F. A., D.D., LL.D.
Pottenger. Rev. T Crisp, Rev. T. S.
Price, Thomas, LL D. Davies, Rev. B , Ph.D.
Read, James, Esq. Evans, Rev. B.
Russell, Rev. Joshua. Godwin, Rev. B, D.D.
Sprigg, Rev. James, M.A. Gotch, Rev. F. W., M.A.
Steane, Rev. Edward, D.D. Green, Rev. Samuel.
Stovel, Rev. Charles. Gruser, Rev. William
Thomas, Rev. Thomas. Hinton, Rev. J. H., M.A.
Trestrail, Rev. Frederick. Jones, Charles Theodore, Esq.
BAPTIST COLLEGES AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
INCOME, year ending June 24, 1852
Present number of Students, 22.
£953 6 4 1,161 0 1
217 3 10
President, Rev. T. S. CRISP. Classical and Mathematical Tutor, Rev. F. W. Gorch, M.A. Treasurer, ROBERT LEONARD, Esq. Secretary, GEORGE ASHMEAD, Esq.
Anstie, Mr. G. W.
Livett, Mr. A.
Income, year ending September 12, 1852
£1,714 3 9 EXPENDITURE .
1,671 11 5 BALANCE in hand
132 0 2
Classical Tutor, Rev. J. T. Gray, Pu. D.
German or, Professor NENNER.
Secretary, Rev. G. W. FISHBOURNE.
Leechman, Rev. John, M.A.
Lowe, George, Esq., F.R.S.
Murch, Rev. W. H., D.D.
Overbury, Rev. R. W.
Pryce, Rev. E. S., A.B.
Saiter, Rev. W. A.
Smith, Rev. Thomas.
Smith, W. Lepard, Esq. 7
Soule, Rev. Israel May.
Steane, Rev. Edward, D.D.
Stevenson, G., Esq.
Stovel, Rev. Charles. i
Trestrail, Rev. Frederick.
Warmington, J., Esq.
Wood, F. J., Esq., LL.D.
£1,145 17 6 EXPENDITURE
1031 17 2 Number of students, 27. President and Theological Tutor, Rev. JAMES ACWORTH, LL.D., IIorton College:
Classical Tutor, Rev. 8. G. GREEN, B.A.
Secretaries, Rev. H. Dowson and T. AKED, Esq., Bradford. Corresponding Secretaries, Joseph Hanson, Esq., and Rev. Joan AlDIs, London.
Greenwood, Mr., Haworth.
Hainsworth, Mr. P., Farsley.
Harris, R., jun., Esq., Leicester.
Illingworth, Miles, Esq., Bradford.
Kelsall, Henry, Esq., Rochdale.
Lawden, Mr. A., Birmingham.
Robinson, Mr. T., Liverpool.
Shaw, Mr. Salendine Nook.
Stead, Mr., Bradford.
Town, Mr. Leeds.
Town, Mr. John, Keighley.
Vickers, W., Esq., Nottingham.
Wheldon, Mr. John, Scarborough.
£840 6 6 EXPENDITURE
759 8 4 Number of students, 12. President, Rev. T. THOMAS.
Baptist Theological Institution for Scotland.
Dr, Ward's Trust.
WILLIAM LEPARD SMITH, Esq.
Rev. JOSEPH Angus, D.D. John Ward, LL.D., a Professor in Gresham College, who died in 1758, had in 1754 put in trust £1200 Bank Stock, to be applied after his decease to the education of two yeung men at a Scotch Univereity with a view to the ministry, preference being given to baptists.
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BAPTIST MINISTERS IN
........Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloster. Acworth, J., LL.D.... Bradford, York, Adey, Edward .........
.Leighton Buzzard, Beds. Aikenhead, R. .........
..Beckington. Ainsworth, J. .........
...Uxbridge, Middlesex. Aitchison, J. Young...Burton-upon-Trent. Aitchison, W. .........Hemel Hempstead, Herts. Albrecht, H. S.......... Mirfield, Yorkshire. Alcock, Paul
.......Christchurch, Hante. Alcorn, J. ......... Gilbent, Cheshire. Alderson, w Willingham, Cambridgeshire. Aldis, J....
Old Kent Road, London, Alldis, R...
...........Somers Town. Allen,
Charlton-on-Otmoor, Oxon. Allen, G..................Long Crendon, Bucks. Allen, w.
..Stepney, Middlesex. Allnut, w
..Syddenham, Oxon. Amory, E.
.Chipping Campden, Gloster. Anderson, A..... .Bures St. Mary, Suffolk. Anderson, Hugh ...... Bratton, Wilts. Angus, Henry ..Rugby, Warwick. Angus, J., D.D......... Stepney, Middlesex, Archer, W'. E. ......... Spaldwick, Hunts. Armstrong, W. K. ... Huddersfield. Arnold, E.
........ .Tunbridge Wells. Avery, T.
Aston Clinton, Bucks. Ayres, T.................. Keynsham, Somerset. Ayrton, s.
...Chesham, Bucks, Backhouse, ..Norton, Suffolk. Bailey, G. G.............Haddenham, Cambridgeshire. Bailey, Josephus ......Ragland, Monmouthshire. Baile, J....
...Wandsworth, Surrey. Bamber, John .........Hunslet, Yorkshire. Bane, J.
Residences. Bands, W.......
..............Bacton, Norfolk. Barber, J. ..............
Brockham Green, Surrey.
Chipping Norton, Oxon.